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Acquisitions: Signature chief sees Fortune 500 future.
Acquisitions: Signature’s $525 million buy of a metal recycler sets a model for future deals.
Energy: Oil firm stunned by strong Porter Ranch opposition.
Energy: Termo Co. wants to pump more oil from its field in Aliso Canyon.
Manufacturing: La Brea Bakery opens a high-volume factory for artisan bread.
Biotech executive, wife donate development land to Santa Clarita.
Real Estate: Santa Clarita entrepreneur donates land for open space.
Daiso outlet a hit with shoppers who favor Asian flavor.
Retail: Daiso combines the dollar store concept with Japanese merchandise.
Indian Ocean tragedy creates unusual wood source for furniture.
Innovation: Old wood from fishing boats finds new life in home decor.
The Number: Passenger counts rise, but don’t soar, at Bob Hope Airport.
Hospitality: Planned Hampton Inn would add to meager hotel base in Simi Valley.
Hospitality: Will a bell tower call travelers to Simi Valley’s Hampton Inn?
Health Care & Biotech: Anthem-backed Cal Index chided over patient privacy concerns.
Cal Index is a simple concept: Make electronic medical records universally available for qualified personnel.
Retail & Hospitality: Washington chain taking over 13 Valley-area supermarkets.
Supermarket shoppers in the greater Valley should prepare for new competitors at old, familiar locations.
Cities and developers in the Antelope Valley are beckoning companies to come to the desert, but will cheap and plentiful land be enough of a draw?
Industry: Antelope Valley developers and city officials try to match industrial properties with specific clients.
Lancaster Business Park still has space for new occupants 30 years after it opened.
Profile: Lancaster Business Park exemplifies the challenges of high desert real estate.
There are multiple industrial and office projects in varying stages of completion throughout the Antelope Valley. Here are some prominent examples.
Examples of industrial and office projects in varying stages of completion throughout the Antelope Valley.
Reports: Major office and industrial deals in Valley-area submarkets. (San Fernando Valley)
Reports: Major office and industrial deals in Valley-area submarkets. (Conejo Valley)
Reports: Major office and industrial deals in Valley-area submarkets. (Burbank and Glendale)
Reports: Major office and industrial deals in Valley-area submarkets. (Santa Clarita Valley)
Reports: Major office and industrial deals in Valley-area submarkets. (Antelope Valley)
News and notes from around the greater San Fernando Valley
A U.S. Food and Drug Administration advisory panel unanimously recommended the agency approve a “biosimilar” version of Amgen Inc.’s cancer drug Neupogen.
Calendar of Events
Market Watch Summary
Stocks showed minimal improvement for the two-week period ended Jan. 21, during which markets were volatile because of oil prices.
From the Newsroom: High-speed rail requires high-gear politicking.
President Obama’s plan to provide free community college education will pay economic dividends.
Op-Ed: The ROI of community college.
Op-Ed: Churchill’s lessons on leadership.